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REAL ESTATE, S
I hope each one of you who wish
read every word in this advertisement
sonal letter, but as tlxer3 are so man
Ex-President Grover Cleveland sa3
sure, so certain to enrich its owner ae
young friends to place thimr savings i
is no such savings bank anywhere."
No matter who you are, where y
to save money.
ARE YO'IJ RICH NOW? You may
ARE YOU POOR? You may bc
To have' a surplus capital-in res
the rocks of ienurv
YOU SOMETIMES ASK YOUr
Real E state is a bank that car
you own your own bank. It is fin
direction. No investment can be no
near a growing city.
WHERE IS YOUR MONEY?
If your savings are earning you on
I have helped others to make p
Be on the safe side and write or
for sale that I believe is the best
This stock( will increase in value consid
other words, I believe that, you can n
bJcWs the dividonds hllat you get.
.toVei4 tivo %ou Very' little trouble;
llailed you or notice sent you anld you
Farms at $30 00 to $50.00 per .
acie is really the best, investment in
stance, lands in Kentucky and other
do rt yield as much per acre in money
Ini my advertisement a few days a
city, and also to sole lots on the Y. .L
and trood investiments. The stores hro
have yeti some goodi ntmnt itn:,L
and county, and I anm listing these )e'C
I want to call your attention espre
and one of. the most convenient pla
lights: in fact I believe one of the b
for sale at the price.
1, 2, 3, 4: Lots near my. residenee.
5, 6, 7, 8, 9: Known as the Welicele
property, directly on sewerage an
water-works. Tlese are among tli
best located lots in tle eity, being
few niiutes walk from tie Publi
Stiuart and on in o' dhe .4treets lea
in. Io-tle new Court House.
10, .11, 12. 1;3, 1-1, 15, 16, 17: Sol
IS, 19, 20, 21,22; One-story bric
s.tores on Main str1eet, whill can I]
botildit at a very reasonable price
perhaps as cheap as they Could 1)
23: Two-story brick store betwee
the new Post Office and the Skyscraj
or. One of the best locations in ti
city for a Bank.
24: Livery Stables.
25: One and one-half acres lan
near Power House.
26: 350 acres near Whitmire, wit
plenty of timiber and pasture land.
27, 28: Sold.
33, 34, 35, 36, 37: Sold.
38 12:) Sold.
40: -115 3-4 acres of land two and
lfmil f111Ils 1'romil M4o[ iltville, S. C
witi (wvo vahins, blirnl and stable
cot hin louse, orchard, gool spring an
I1: Iflouse antd two acre lt
Mont ville, S. C.
42 : Splendid building lot in Br.ool
43 : Filled.
-14: Withld rawn.
'10, 47, 48: Sold.
49 : Renited.
52: .Four~ acr.es of land hounded I
thtre,streets. Part of the H-. L. Pa
broperlty. One acre of this recent
53: it hdraw~n.
55), 50 : W'ithldriawn.
57 : Fort smale. TIwo Iwo-story b)ri<
stres on M\aitn street.
59 : Two-st oly brick store on Ma
6(0: I"ouri acres of land, with fi
two-roomtli cabhinS, otn riad to ilelen
Rents for $180.00 per year.
IIl: Six room1) han1se with d'ii
3 13-2 to) i4 re lattd, withI vacat I
onl (o.rner, with barnli, 'orehtard at
g~artdln. Beyond Southern~i Railw:
towar ds Hetlena. Sp lend id place
('2: Withdurawn~ .
63, 64, t05, 06, 0i7, 081: Lots oni I
eatedi and( wvell drained.
69, 70 : Sold.
71: Briek building konwvn as Anul
Mill. Seven acres of land, a new fa
ty-hiorse engine and boiler. This
equipedl with the very latest improvi
maciinery; capjacil.y, 00 barrels
flour per day. This is a splendid pla
for a ginnery, being only about 21
yards from the railroad.
72, 73, 74: Withdrawn.
J. A. I
"The Man Betweei
Thnone No. 57, Newb
TOCKS and BONDS
es-to imnrove your financial condition will
. I wish 1 could write each of you a per..
y you can easily see why I write this and
rs: "No investment on earth is so safe, so
undeveloped realty. I pdways advise my
n realty near some gr.owig town. There
ou are, or how old you are,,it'is your duty
become poor if you don't save.
come rich if you sivo money and invest it
erve will prevent you from drifting on' to
'SELF: "HOW CAN MY MONEY BE
inot fail. When you own REAL ESTATE
inced with your money, acting under your
ro profitable than well located real est at.e
ly 4'per cent or 6 per cent, I can help you
rofitable investments and I can help you,
come and talk to me. I have some stock
investment of any stock on our market.
orally besides paying you a dividend. In
IaIe '-,00 to $5 00 per share within a year,
The inveAte:ts that, von i.mke in goc l
every "*x mont ou . (lividend is 1itber
Lnly gu ou Lit3r bankl.i and draw this.
cre-.thalf- '.s ill make a bale of cot.ton to the
Real EatLe that. you can mike. For i.
States sell at much higier )1iCc:, and yot
as Mur test cot tori 1,,,id
Y l 21! a1 t.Unt.o101 ilun Atoras in I ho
Po)? -op-.y, as b,,izg very convenien'
v' U.- SaIl, :id al.- so;t 4 ., I
a0-7 1 !ZA El ,to A r,wound ih v f. I
ianlly to No. 110. This is a new re.ikheo
res to business, with swerage and electric
est, if not the best, places that 1 know of
75: For Sale. Fiftyrour acres of
r land kinown as the Dair-Y arm. This
( is inl the illorporate limits.
e 76: Cot a-e ald large lot.
a 77: Witlidrawii.
e 78: For sale. Hiouse and lot known
1as tle r. W. Clalry place, near New
beiry c('tton Aill. \W ill clit into lots
or sell as a whole.
79: One of 1lie best plantations in
Sthe comity. eontainiig 219 acres, (ie
Imile from Silver street, a sehlool and
a a church. Of this 140 acres is in eul
tivation, 90 of this recently cleared
n .from tile ori-inal forest; 60 acres in
pastulre land. Telephone connections.
c Nice new residence.
S1 : 150 acres of land, 6 miles east
d of Newberry.
S2. 83: Sold.
h 84: One and one-half acres lot on
Clenn street, near Mr. Watts' resi
85 86, S7: Sold.
87 1-2: Withdrawn.
00: Por .ale. Foiuir-rooI eottage,
firepiae inl each, S-footl hall, about.
two acres of hand, good tenant house.
Prosper-ity, S. C. Known as tle
- SI lawSonl place.
91, 92. 93: Sold.
94: Bid wanted for Twenty shares
Ncwhler Peal Estate Co.
.5: -10) aceres good land wl~ith ainrge
residenmce : lies well. About. 12 miles
west of Newherry, 3 miles fr'om Kin
90, 97: Lots niear 0. McR. Holmes'
98: Lot at Silv'er Street, a station
oni Houtherni'i Railway, oine mile from a
church'(l and1( school; seven room house
wit bi Iwo aeres 1land, harn'i and st ables;
i.oodl( I wo-i'oomi teiant house and fp.ood
well; ien orchiard.
09 : A ri sale. Twenty shares Mollo
h lon Manu fact uring Co. Stock.
r' 100. 101: Sold.
1Y 1102: Wanted. Two shaires Exchange
10-I: L[t niearm Mollohon Manu fac
I uil mi Co. anid inearm Mr. Bonknight 's.
k105: Planita tioni 'ont aining 1,000
acres (It land withI nine-r'oom house,
1two geod barnis, lenCty3 of outbuild-.
10 ()i id wanitIed. For' fiv'e shiaires
Lan'd and Seenriity Co.
ot I I, I 11: Ten acres oIf land near
id Moli< Manufacturing Co. Will sell
ya. ai a de or' ('ut int lots. This is a
or rer.s . .2:able I, en of proplerty.
1 2: Wa,:ntedl. 15 shares Nat ional
lie 114: .ited. 10 shiares Newhery
(I- Si'iV:'s ['ank St(ock.
115 : Want ed. 10 shares Commercial
's 116 : Withdrawn.
r- 1117: One vacant lot on .Friend
is street. Veiry convenient.
ad 118: For sale. 10 shares Standard
of WVarehouse Stock, Newvberry.
cc lit): For rent. Two rooms on Col
DO lege Hill.
120. .For rent. Three rooms over
store wi th sewvera ge, rcen tly painted.
V" Buyer and ,~MA'r.
erry, S. 0.
Ito hIs plaved entire confidence. I
Was ll- wm-\V i~i '~ k ns sPt(1
IVfI th14' - Inhib. Cham11ber. 'mt;o
1tetev .ii !I):t broll.JO him i tI he0 at
telittilli l( i pliblic il1 this lin , at. 'I
whicbh oro r 11ceyward mn inl
sight into his capitcity tmr ti t kimt(
of worl. (1ovr,n1-or fleyward h11ad1 re
h tilal !: h i . ll d the le i
Lat.r 1 l wilhlilt 1pposi) iohn aldtopt
eid Ii 1 -I.s, leIaving the selectionl ol
tlie c ssiolhe' to ( ie I oveli-1m
Theln :I W -'', (11verim I l e w,11-d lowd ok
ed to .n 1 1 'it 11 l 'ih ll tile Ir1111I
l l ' . de lils. lie 11.1d, io
ahO ItlIli!_TI-,tio1I ill lhis l'irsI
cah!m-ll o (loveiIIor, aid wlhet
tile iCi volion Conventionl was lelI
here h, a vnlled on to addross thc
mieet .t.which ti hli e ita ail olit
i Wll. 1\i th inn i.: I n . til
1 i "ll (111 I l I' i i I : :1 '
I- 10,e~ i' vI uitt
I pop v\ l i oti
;lsee 4.ilt n i li.' aut e :I l lii
imm i.l i i llh, Ilih a ilol l In ilh.
01r Oil tric., H,cv will insdir.
vtI It () lhe w tli illo t i
lAna'tti n. A5 :, Inth O'a
jority 1 white citizenI , the I luix I
ilmmi-:T ; will be a benefit, no m;t
ter ' itn oIllf work thely ..o into.
(hy wn llewad w ill d(isens
the:-T I .'HOeS in hiS a rs1'S aS" thl
South r.!i mmidration nid Q11itral
lins. C in Noshville nex
week I. d I- Iown (In the( prowrannul
fo i1',1a .1,' addrepcs oni .\ Ncal
moi (i . ' \' :'i i iubec ld in- "k Sont~a C
I hIe o bvwn rd h1a1! kvpt in clISI
tonlehl ir \'nisons o M o n
wVill uw a l to Pive : ii in i
emnut , !, what1 Ims becen done1 inl th6
Slate, :; i n\hat it is I pr o sed h) do.
The Fearful Bacillus.
''With all you vl.Wealth are yonl nc
afraid 1 Ite p dretar iat? ' askde th,1
mlan wi deIve il to gical prob
''No, I ain't,'' sipped Mr. New
rich. "We bwil nr drinking water.
"Per fi.,ure reils one o)f th
V l it W il1l 1 ~:41' l'1:l
'': Xavt h-. v 1er bo or a al.
4 :1m brawdewmn
NOTICE TO ROAD OVERSEERS.
I 11 a0ndvh-svrs are hereby nAi
andt 1 11id toi uItl their Irea
1444 l: 41 i(it 41 l .fr (i the lahr
! io - 'lrl )nal )y 9
tO.t 4 5~) J.l MonroteilIV WiQcker(l,
lere. I. mine,. S.upervisor
Notic is ereb give hat
bok of 'o trainrteTw
Ne~ bry.i h. C. ane no t ope,m
your m wirne asupervly V
Auguistin for sepdtownbwil de
saidvboyks ondever pleasem
q ote p yo (undy ceptd)
elcan theliver dany Deember a0
Supervgust of15. srain
. NA JONE
IMMIGRANTS AT COLUMBIA.
Fifty Secured EmploymeAt in Olym
pia Mills There.-Governor Hoy
ward Has Taken Great Inter-.
est in the Proposition and *
Will Speak on "nImmigra
tion in South Carolina"
at Nashville Next
Columbia, November (.-.\ nuniher
A, te iimli-ranlts woIII camle ovver with
-mnuIIInis.sioneor \Wa1til on the WitHC
ild caIe to Columbia llst ii-h)it with
V; itiit ComIIIissi-)tIer 1IHeber, and
X(TO (aIred for lere to-,av by the de
m-l!lment un1til olmpi llien i.N S1,1,1111
d for thei. .The Olyinpia \till so
lired twenty-five in Char'leston, who
Vee broull-it dir-evtly to the mill, aind
his moitngi". twenty-liY ve u]hlitional
NITr ivell Vmplovmellt tlerv, and
-ir - -. A oore(, tlt:, l'r lin lag r
V e, l pt ImsyN plavill. (ilo ill (*,Mrl
1 d?1v b le lses ma ,t nn.I filr'
h% lI not vet beenl 11 plaeA,
.t volsidl'r d It *re will
f Ihv demand i 1 than
.v. 111-1 IlwlY -., ilti
lie revasoln that ot tind IerltiooId there
vTre MOre CIlls for the inii,rants
1111 there were inignirants. A pro
liiilnt fialIer of Newierrliy, Mr.
gcot t, was here to-(iy an11( offeed to
ake a 1n1nber of theI to \v wrk on his
li . llile js5itli I it is Is''t rt,e and
walilledI h.l. val-'ml * wl"pahntoll" i
.In;ey ((it walel tra l iti i
Tl,e i.m,rnt ea ivwnhhtn
mdlau fo erei in t heret boarin i
all ,o tiltg thf\ . : it' i li
th( )e apit li heinblnaers, waserenly
(he 11 till liu alhil(la'l 's hir, as theyil, a
the comiviier's oli s utre, and
facvY Ih is istel lrv dulile il
dn. A erwdf theml were ont in
aront of the aon hle benches
all aornitg bas in.- lte o sshinle,
and1( oneL of the( m1othlers Was serenlely
comlbing"' her chlildrIenl's hir,l as they
sa.t onl the boiech inl thle imost promlin
enit part of thle Capitol "1inar.e. Thle
fact tha-,t this is thle Only publie 'park
in Cohnnbia, though.1 it is not mnelih of
aI park ait that, miaY have made it,
seemi a sitable loafin- place to (lhese
peoplo, who are necustomed to plea
sure grounds inl their cities ieross the
Tlle nltm wlo are 11fre ntwm' ari
elieffy ariters, shiomaike'rs and
wrillielli tilitt stirt, w1( a-. 1iet s.
nli ll i l imilledliat e d IIle1i(I as I le
tal'm lahiie s a1l(1 'oto ti mill t11 1 i') :
lives. Then, too, the c.leiltc.; :ll I
ol hetl skille(I worl'ilell uill i io (e m i
Ilict witi the labor u ions at ntil',
alml it is 1l(it so vasY Ito IlillIen
nill a en IiloYmenlt in cities, sille. iltre
is lli stcri itf tl niit;i.'iulismi 1'
ini SoEuth C(arolina ttr ini Now k.
I'missaries of' the unions we'r'eih:nh
I inu- a1imn the immtigruants I n-Ila,
andt Ithey hav'ue had mten who e nud
talk to the foreigners iln their nat ive
t(Etgnies, sot thalt thetre nmeed lhe no iwai*
prise if' there is aroused somie di. al
isfaction amon'(ii- te necoers. Ia
fact. anyi one wh''lo is eonvyersant wuith
the prese.nt coniditionsi in this emi:.uix',
Northi and South, wvill be sri ised d
this new movement does not mee(tt wiihh
st ronger antagonism t hani is now a p
parent, and, on the whvlole, thle thin.
has worked ont very smooithlly.
Ciommliis sbiner1 W\at sonl wits e.i
ed back here to-nigt, wheni lit wuil
take chuargte of mtotert's. 7th iian ile
M\r. Ileirhert 'ia. been htaid it wunk
I tdy, loca t ini: the neweemer(g il ,ml
.hoQ was'* i,ven ai)sI tn(C' thIiis al't. -
noon by C7ol. E.X B. CIa rk, sect ary
of the Ctolumbia ( 'hamber of' (Com
iiier('e, wlho ai i lt uinredl tils
ihutrliillt.' iion ('harlestin, whilere lit'
woll'tt toi siee the slti1 itil t'0ont iii'll
-I 0 '1'. I Ie slit hill . IfC Illr at'( 1re ally
e lziis wit ) wuisil lEE slilyt ii if'l
(.tle line h E1nt silldela 'u i: illi
(t 'l ni..l l I ie whf i lu eui t 'v l v
er a iity b ('( 1 0il elt( iiitit . ii o fI'
ie ta k . ll b url o || wl t Itl ('-' '
El> (11n. WlSOil 'ulmib k aii is nitte
meligrao thr. Le tillnt l 'eSolI
(arolt inns w rd ha takeeinci ao
thet prserity of 'the comine, fhe i
hopefl' tmt :the itltm ofn pasntrip.t
CIeha.,et il inred oft thle fprogross
gad ieuib the esasccen of a exe
meruli far. ikall otheruh t South
Carolinai ert,ansi o cceret fon
thpopeityuof( the ptae,hp is
mChrlscdil b the firs Wt-o
the regulariinerofofseismtogtati ort
lill it hi t s
when Vnb- Io.
eari, n c-,ID
pra, . ftr youu have (-I
People fa-ll into -the h al
thoughtlessly, and imnaf
tyou are bound to succE
We pay 4 per cent
Why not open anA
J. D. DAVENPORT, Pres.
R. C. CARL!UI.F, V--Pres.
itI Deposits ~ , .
i. We ext\od*every er
.Fo r e cet p i
s ng Land:
- iI1 *. Fo r own Money
SIP fall nt the o yurS
ou a bFund to wilSuyCE
. Da. DBoce.& dTn Sts.N
WC -V fl. i9
EY IS SA'l
. ib 'i ' sours
,11' ,. ' O '
ndl.fiae I .'ithan you
sir o, bcm s sur
>ract i ced.c it foir A, w ie.
)it of .-)pend1irr money
ine they caiiict save.
3 aid carefulness and
interest on Savings.
M. L. SPEARMAN, Cashier
0. B. CROMER, Atty.
ry, S. C.
. . $ 50,000.00
. . . 25,000.O0
. . 2:7,000.00
>nsidera.tion cor sistent
C)n deposit.s in Ca:vings
o re kFrooi \/ .ut.
J. E. NQ0YJ%0),
tif'..? .:2 . 0
on Real Esae
nd Be Convinced of its Value
v1ng Money and accamulating
and or Build a House.
1D INVESTMENT GO,
Aiberrv. S. C.